23 Nov 2017

Common Touch Rugby and Oztag Injuries

What are the most common ouch Rugby and Oztag Injuries? And how should they be managed early on? Now the days are getting longer you have probably noticed that our community parks are being more frequented by those well-wintered, tan-less body parts. It can only mean one thing – everyone’s favourite midweek social sports are back! […]

8 May 2017

What’s The Point Of The Shoulder Blade?

When rehabilitating the shoulder it is important to realise there is more than just the shoulder joint at play. Despite its name, very few people actually think of the shoulder blade as part of or related to the shoulder. Interestingly, it’s the shoulder blade that allows us to throw a cricket ball, reach for the […]

1 Feb 2017

What Is Turf Toe?

Another common injury among the footballers and rugby players out there is turf toe. Turf toe is caused by damage to the main joint of the big toe from it bending back too far (hyperextension injury). It’s quite prevalent amongst footballers and rugby players who play on rigid surfaces, however it can also affect other athletes […]

7 Nov 2011

Ankle Advice…..

So, you’ve sprained your ankle.  Most people have at some time in their life, whether it be playing sport as a child or walking down some stairs as an adult. But what is the best way to manage a sprained ankle, and when should you see someone about it? Initially, when you sprain your ankle […]